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Box of Frogs (The Fractured Faery #1)

One corpse. Several bizarre looking attackers. Some very strange magical powers. And a severe bout of amnesia. Madrona is not having a great week. Its going to be okay though. All she has to do is find out who she really is, protect a soap star from being attacked by a stalker and work out why so many people seem so afraid of her. Because surely shes a good person. Right? This is book one of a new urban fantasy trilogy and does contain an edge of your seat cliffhanger ...

Title : Box of Frogs (The Fractured Faery #1)
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ISBN : 39790991
Format Type : Kindle Edition
Number of Pages : 417 pages
Status : Available For Download
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Box of Frogs (The Fractured Faery #1) Reviews

  • Molli

    It was sooo good!

    Helen Harper has got me hooked again. I think it’s awesome that she’s releasing these books so closely together but I will be going crazy for the next one! Her heroines are always witty and complex and keep me turning the page. I absolutely hate cliffhangers, but since the next one comes out in a few weeks I think I’ll let it slide! Great book, great world. Helen Harper does it again!

  • Mlle Pointillés

    Au top cette nouvelle série de Helen Harper! Dans la continuité de style de la série Lazy Witch tout en étant très différent: nouvel univers, nouveaux personnages, nouvelle magie ^^

    Une héroïne qui a tout oublié, c’est toujours un bon point de départ. J’ai suivi Mad avec régal dans la recherche de son passé mais aussi de son identité.

    C’est fluide, drôle et entraînant.

    Et c’est même couinant! hihi

    « Like I couldn’t imagine life without you. »

    Et comme toujours, on adore les dialogues de cette auteu
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  • TSN

    DNF 90%

    This just got more and more silly, and at the end I couldn't take it anymore.

  • Gia

    It took me a minute, but I got there - 3.75

    Living relatively close to Manchester I was somewhat put off by some of the eclectic dialogue towards the beginning of Box of Frogs, I thought it overly exaggerated and consequently too distracting. But, apparently there was a method to Ms Harper's madness, particularly in reference to one frequently repeated word. Once the story progressed beyond the parody phase though, I found myself repeatedly laughing out loud and before I knew it I was hooked.

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  • Teresa

    Love this author but this series is not as good as Lazy Girl's Guide to Magic.

    Main girl wakes up not knowing who she is next to a dead body at a golf course. She sort of goes about finding out who she is trying to be a hero with super powers and a crazy outfit. She mostly goes about town, picking up some clues. People with green eyes asking for dust. She has powers to slow down time somehow. People seem to be afraid of Rubus and she used to work for him? She is called the Madhatter? Eventually s
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  • L.B.

    An intriguing start to this trilogy with a cliffhanger that’ll make you grateful Harper is being quick with her releases! It’s a laugh-out-loud and light-hearted tale as per usual for Harper but this time, thanks to amnesia, the reader and the main character are both tripping along together trying to solve the mystery of a dead body, who the evidently magical characters are in her life, what the plot is and where she fits — is she the hero or the villain? The unknown managed to be baffling yet i ...more

  • Riotkittin

    A great read. Can recommend to anyone that likes urban fantasy, fey or story's with real people instead of cardboard cutouts.

  • Becket Warren

    Fun, Sassy Heroine, Well-written Romp

    Madrona is suffering from amnesia, and is caught between what her mind is telling her now and the evidence piling up around her: is she a force for good or an agent of evil? The Fey community and other non-human beings in the Manchester area are as confused as Maddy is, and so the proverbial jury is out. This first Fractured Faery novel is a fun, jumbled up box of frogs indeed! If you have read this author before, you know she does not disappoint!